The Best Way to Spend Easter in Las Vegas, NV

The Easter season is a time of the year that people worldwide have celebrated for many generations, with its unique springtime events and traditions. This year, Easter lands on April 9, the second weekend in April. Here are some great ways to make the Easter season special in the Las Vegas area in 2023.

Enjoy an Easter Brunch

Easter Egg Hunt Las Vegas, NV

Traditions that involve great food might be the best of traditions, and going to brunch at Easter has become a special time of food, family, and friendship that gives you just the excuse you need to spend time with the ones you love. And since Las Vegas is quite possibly the best brunch location in the world, you’ll find several wonderful restaurants that will make your Easter brunch unforgettable. Here are just a few, but to get in on the incredible food at these outstanding places, call ahead for reservations.

Eiffel Tower Restaurant
The renowned Eiffel Tower Restaurant in the Paris Hotel features distinguished French cuisine. On Easter weekend, you can pick Saturday or Sunday to dine from a three-course brunch menu.

Paris Hotel, 3655 Las Vegas Blvd. S, Las Vegas, Nevada
Brunch hours:
Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Ferraro’s Ristorante
If you’re in the mood for Italian cuisine, Ferraro’s Ristorante takes special pride in Easter, often extending its hours on Easter Sundays and offering a unique menu featuring Southern Italian flavors.

4480 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, Nevada
Easter hours:
April 9, 2023: Please contact Ferraro’s for its special Easter hours.

Americana Las Vegas
When you’re looking for a little bit of everything, the modern American cuisine at Americana Las Vegas has something for everyone in the family, especially with its beautiful waterside dining.

2620 Regatta Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada
Sunday brunch hours:
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Honey Salt
At Honey Salt restaurant this Easter Sunday, not only can you choose an amazing brunch that includes traditional entrees, as well as vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free selections, but it will be offering two Easter Egg Hunts — one at 10:30 a.m. and one at 1 p.m.

1031 S Rampart Blvd., Las Vegas, Nevada
Easter Sunday brunch hours:
10 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

Build the Ultimate Chocolate Easter Basket

Gift baskets filled with chocolate treats have become a much-anticipated Easter tradition, especially for families with young (and not-so-young) loved ones with an insatiable sweet tooth. If this sounds like someone you know, the Las Vegas area can offer you a unique opportunity that every chocolate lover will enjoy.

Ethel M Chocolates
The home of Ethel M Chocolates is right here in Henderson, Nevada. All the gourmet chocolates at Ethel M Chocolates are handmade in small batches, so you’ll know they’ll always be fresh. You can drop by any of the three Ethel M Chocolates locations, and the staff will be thrilled to help you build your own custom Easter gift basket.

Ethel M Chocolates also provides opportunities for chocolate tastings, where you can find your favorite flavors and learn about making fine chocolates. And if your tasting time has a romantic side, it can include fine wines for those 21 or older. Your family can also visit the Ethel M Chocolates factory for a tour where you’ll see how it makes the chocolates.


Ethel M Chocolates Flagship Store & Factory
2 Cactus Garden Drive, Henderson, Nevada
Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Ethel M Chocolates Store at Town Square
6643 Las Vegas Blvd. S, #K-124, Las Vegas, Nevada
Open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Ethel M Chocolates Gift Shop — California Hotel & Casino
12 E Ogden Ave., Las Vegas, Nevada
Friday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Monday to Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Go On an Easter Egg Hunt

Another great Easter tradition that the youngest members of your family can enjoy is the Easter egg hunt. People have been decorating and hiding eggs at Easter for hundreds of years, and while the meaning behind a search for hidden eggs at Easter may differ for different people, the one thing every Easter Egg Hunt has in common is fun.

You can stage your own egg hunts with real candy or plastic eggs with surprises, but many organizations in the Las Vegas area offer elaborate egg hunts at Easter every year for every age of egg hunter. These include many churches and other organizations, such as parks departments. Egg hunts don’t always happen on Easter Sunday, and they tend to be scheduled close to Easter, so it’s wise to check sites such as to find a local egg hunt that works best for you.

Attend an Easter Sunday Church Service

It may surprise some people to learn that the origins of Easter have nothing to do with brunches, chocolate bunnies, or egg hunts. Easter is a spiritual holiday that celebrates resurrection and rebirth. If you’ve been thinking you and your family could use a touch of spiritual health, many churches in the Las Vegas area love sharing the special time of Easter with friends, both new and old.

Some churches offer special sunrise services on Easter Sunday, but many make their usual service times something special on Easter. If you’re unsure where to start looking for a church to visit this Easter, websites such as provide an up-to-date list that can point you in the right direction. However, contact the church directly to confirm any special Easter service times or events.

No matter how you celebrate Easter this year, the De Castroverde Personal Injury & Accident Lawyers team hopes it will be a wonderful, special time for you and your family. And if there is any way we can assist you with our expertise in legal matters, please don’t hesitate to contact us so we can get you the help you need.

Photo Credit: eggs in basket by Cyndy Sims Parr is licensed with CC BY-SA 2.0